Billie Eilish Wore a Dramatic Black Mesh Gucci Top at the LACMA Gala

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On Saturday night, Billie Eilish married goth to glamour and wore a textured all-black look to the LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles. The only exception to the monochrome outfit was her lacy white and black bra, which peaked through the dramatic Gucci mesh top coming slightly off her shoulders.

Below, the Grammy Award winner wore a black lace maxi skirt that sparked with black sequins, and thin black tights that opened to show off the toe of her platform heels. She let her faux-fur shag coat drape from her arms as she posed for the event, flashing long red nails for a pop of color.

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The 19-year-old kept her make up simple, except for some smokey shadow around her eyes, and let her platinum hair hang down and brush her shoulders. She wore some light jewelry, a gold necklace and pearl drop earrings, both set with matching red stones.

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This was the tenth annual LACMA Art+Film Gala after a one year break due to COVID-19 in 2020. This year was hosted by Leonardo DiCaprio and LACMA trustee Eva Chow, Variety reports. This year’s honorees were director Steven Spielberg and artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley. The event included a very hot celebrity invite list: Miley Cyrus, Lil Nas X, Jared Leto, Dakota Johnson, Ridley Scott, Salma Hayek, Eva Longoria, Phoebe Bridges, Paris Hilton, Addison Rae, Ava DuVernay, Tracee Ellis Ross, Guillermo del Toro, Jeff Bezos, Bob Iger, James Corden, Jodie Turner-Smith, Serena Williams, Olivia Wilde and more.

Proceeds from the event are used for “underwriting LACMA’s initiative to make film more central to the museum’s curatorial programming, while also funding LACMA’s broader mission,” the Daily Mail reports.

Wiley and Sherald are both known for having painted portraits of the Obama family, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, and the gala coincided with an opening of two exhibits called “The Obama Portraits Tour” and “Black American Portraits,” featuring the two paintings that are normally housed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery.

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